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Glastonbury: How technology has invaded the great wide open

We tested our core kit over the festival weekend

Fri Jul 11 2014, 14:42

UK government slammed over 'emergency' data retention rules for ISPs

A temporary and urgent knee-jerk reaction to something that happened in April

Thu Jul 10 2014, 13:39

Snowden: Only one in nine NSA victims is an intended target

The National Security Agency occasionally gets its man

Mon Jul 07 2014, 12:51

US privacy group files privacy complaint against Facebook’s mood experiment

EPIC returns to an old battle

Fri Jul 04 2014, 15:23

UK government responds to DCMS study of online regulations

Website blocking is not an ideal solution

Fri Jul 04 2014, 10:55

Facebook goes big on video adverts with Liverail acquisition

Expect to see more autoplaying clips in your News Feed

Thu Jul 03 2014, 10:53

Tech retailer Newegg starts accepting Bitcoin due to user demand

E-tailer follows in the footsteps of Apple

Wed Jul 02 2014, 11:44

Google to shutter Orkut social network in favour of Google+

From one failing project to another

Tue Jul 01 2014, 12:45

UK intelligence services report highlights secret service failings

Too many already, but not enough investigation

Fri Jun 27 2014, 15:12

Youtube looks to PS4 and Xbox One gamers with 60fps playback support

Video service launches fan funding, Creative Studio app for Android

Fri Jun 27 2014, 10:42

Samsung warns of poor Q2 due to slowing Galaxy S5 sales

Firm is also taking a battering in emerging markets

Thu Jun 26 2014, 12:29

Protesters 'occupy' Google over net neutrality nonchalance

Say search firm not doing enough to preserve openness

Wed Jun 25 2014, 10:57

BT: Game of Thrones is proof that 'piracy' is becoming acceptable

Claims it's working with other ISPs to curb the issue

Thu Jun 19 2014, 16:08

Samsung might buy the voice recognition firm behind Apple's Siri

Korean firm reportedly is in talks with Nuance about potential acquisition

Tue Jun 17 2014, 13:25

Apple, EFF and AT&T back Microsoft’s no overseas warrants stance

All fancy a ‘hands-off’ regulatory approach

Mon Jun 16 2014, 10:36

Nominet launches 'shorter, sharper' .uk domain

You can pick one up from £2.50

Tue Jun 10 2014, 15:49

A drip drip drip approach to DRIP would have been preferred

Column Fools rush in to legislate, the wise oppose it

Fri Jul 11 2014, 14:00

Greenpeace: Apple's latest solar investment leaves rival Amazon 'in the dust'

Says Jeff Bezos should take note

Wed Jul 09 2014, 10:17

Apple poaches Tag Heuer executive to market Swiss-made iWatch

Hints that device will be available in time for Christmas

Mon Jul 07 2014, 10:02

Privacy aware German student is targeted by the NSA

Ich bin ein target

Fri Jul 04 2014, 13:49

ISPs to take GCHQ to court over malware use during 'illegal' snooping

Firms demand an end to exploitation of internet and communication service

Wed Jul 02 2014, 13:06

Google buys streaming service Songza to rival Apple's Beats

Will add Songza to Google Play Music and Youtube

Wed Jul 02 2014, 10:14

Facebook brings over 70 gender options to UK social networkers

Ignores the haters

Mon Jun 30 2014, 11:35

US promises to extend privacy to EU residents

Eric Holder promises a cosy embrace

Fri Jun 27 2014, 11:38

Facebook reveals its legal campaign against mass surveillance

Gives the government a poke

Fri Jun 27 2014, 09:31

US Supreme Court says police need a warrant to search a cell phone

So hands off those handsets

Thu Jun 26 2014, 09:43

Bskyb: Copyright reform for digital services would 'do more harm than good'

Not the right time to overhaul IP laws for Netflix and Spotify

Thu Jun 19 2014, 11:01

Democrats challenge net neutrality axe with legislation banning internet fast lanes

Would force the FCC to protect neutrality

Tue Jun 17 2014, 17:50

Games of Thrones finale breaks more torrent records

All men must seed

Tue Jun 17 2014, 12:50

Wordpress hits false DMCA takedown with demand for $10k

Sues for compensation

Mon Jun 16 2014, 09:39

The CIA joins Twitter and Facebook

One follower you might not want

Mon Jun 09 2014, 14:08

Google admits to failings in handling of EU 'right to be forgotten' ruling

But still doesn't agree with it

Fri Jul 11 2014, 10:54

Spamhaus says denial of service suspects are still at large

Wants arrests in US, Russia and China

Tue Jul 08 2014, 09:41

Youtube does a Netflix and starts shaming slow ISPs

Here be jitters

Mon Jul 07 2014, 09:32

Google goes down as Search throws up server error

Users take to Twitter to mock

Fri Jul 04 2014, 11:16

Gmail is down for some in the UK

Users take to Twitter to bemoan the downtime

Thu Jul 03 2014, 12:43

US privacy report finds no problem with overseas FISA PRISM programme

Rights group finds problems with US privacy report

Wed Jul 02 2014, 12:40

Open Rights Group finds that one in five websites is blocked by an ISP filter

Overzealousness on a censor list

Wed Jul 02 2014, 09:53

Intel, ARM and IBM look to drive IoT growth with Hypercat data sharing standard

Specification lets devices communicate without human interaction

Fri Jun 27 2014, 11:15

Ofcom: British public now read more news online than in newspapers

UK audiences shift to finding news on apps and websites

Thu Jun 26 2014, 14:58

UK IP police promise to 'disrupt' advertising on 'illegal' websites

Copyright cops look to stop money going to 'pirate' sites

Wed Jun 25 2014, 14:34

AMC delays Better Call Saul, now coming to Netflix in 2015

But has already committed to a second season

Fri Jun 20 2014, 13:28

Facebook goes down for 20 minutes

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

Thu Jun 19 2014, 10:38

Spotify beefs up Web API with Echo Nest integration, third-party playlist creation

Music streaming service courts developers

Tue Jun 17 2014, 16:24

Netflix cooks up 4K Breaking Bad streaming for UK viewers

Technology, bitch

Tue Jun 17 2014, 11:06

Facebook to track users' web browsing data for better targeted ads

And will eye what apps you have downloaded

Thu Jun 12 2014, 14:09
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